Discover the art of internationally renowned and emerging contemporary artists. From painting, to sculpture, to contemporary photography, a rich selection of artworks from various art movements and styles await you: Street art, Neo Pop art, Optical art and Hyperrealism to name a few. Our art advisors, available online and in our galleries based in France, Switzerland, Italy and the United States will be thrilled to accompany you in building your art collection. Be awe-inspired by your favorite artwork: besides from eliciting powerful emotional experiences, the investment will prove to be most judicious. Browse through our selection of modern and contemporary artworks from the most prestigious signatures!

Daniel airam

France, 1958

Craig alan

USA, 1971

Fred allard

France, 1968

Joel amit

Israel, 1982


Italy, 1976

Peter anton

USA, 1963

Guido argentini

Italy, 1966


France, 1928


France, 1977

Niloufar banisadr

Iran, 1973


United Kingdom, 1974

Rafael barrios

Venezuela, 1947


Israel, 1990

Philippe berry

France, 1956

Liu bolin

China, 1973

Stefano bombardieri

Italy, 1968

Cédric bouteiller

France, 1970

Stéphane braud

France, 1955

Edouard buzon

France, 1979


Switzerland, 1982


France, 1951

chloe b.

France, 1979

Stéphane cipre

France, 1968

Salvador dali

Spain, 1904


China, 1983

Marie Ange daudé

France, 1964

Antoine dufilho

France, 1987

Uri dushy

Israel, 1963

edition yves klein

Nadia fanelli

Italy, 1977

Carole feuerman

USA, 1945

Mariela garibay

Peru, 1976

Marco grassi

Italy, 1966

Paola grizi

Italy, 1968

Max Steven grossman

Colombia, 1971


USA, 1992

Philippe hiquily

France, 1925

Damien hirst

England, 1965

Patrick hughes

United Kingdom, 1939

j. leo


Nemo jantzen

Holland, 1970

Laurence jenkell

France, 1965


France, 1989


France, 1961


France, 1981



Yves klein

France, 1928

Joseph klibansky

Holland, 1984

Markus klinko

Switzerland, 1961

Jeff koons

USA, 1955

David lachapelle

USA, 1963

Rainer lagemann

Germany, 1959

Jérémy laval

France, 1990

leo & steph

France, Brasil

Hedwige leroux


Hervé lewis

France, 1954

m. chat

Switzerland, 1977

Leo manelli


Eddy maniez

France, 1969

Julien marinetti

France, 1967


France, 1960



Isabel miramontes

Spain, 1962

mn.ff - fabiano

France, 1973

Joel moens de hase

Belgium, 1959

Santiago montoya

Colombia, 1974

mr brainwash

France, 1966


France, 1980


France, 1963

Reka nyari

Finland, 1979


France, 1987

Richard orlinski

France, 1966

Abraham papikyan

Armenia, 1983

Philippe pasqua

France, 1965


France, 1970

Johann perathoner

France, 1986


France, 1975

Cécile plaisance

France, 1968

Gavin rain

South Africa, 1971

Jean François rauzier

France, 1952

Jean-Philippe richard

France, 1947

Jean-Philippe rigotti

France, 1970

Antoine rose

Belgium, 1974

Patrick rougereau

France, 1960

Paul rousso

USA, 1958

Patrick rubinstein

France, 1960

Emmanuelle rybojad

France, 1991

Isabelle scheltjens

Belgium, 1981

Philippe shangti

France, 1983

Sandra shashou


Paul sibuet

France, 1986

Robert silvers

USA, 1968

Harry skeggs

United Kingdom, 1990


Italy, 1972

Hunt slonem

USA, 1951

Micha tauber

Holland, 1967

Romain thiery

France, 1988

thirsty bstrd

France, 1987


France, 1973

Franck tordjmann

France, 1958

Tigran tsitoghdzyan

Armenia, 1976

Anne valverde

France, 1968

Nick veasey

United Kingdom, 1962

Christian voigt

Germany, 1961

Maxim wakultschik

Belarussia, 1973

Mathieu walter

France, 1976

Gregory watin

France, 1976

David yarrow

Scotland, 1966

Idan zareski

France, Israel, 1968

Hong Yi zhuang

China, 1962

Post-Pop Art

Using the pop-art methods of the 1960s, neo-pop appeared on the New York art scene at the end of the 1980s. Discover the work of the heirs of this movement: the unmissable Jeff Koons, but also Richard Orlinski, Patrick Rubinstein, Peppone, Auguste and Chloé B. Immerse yourself in contemporary pop and colourful works of art!


Hyperrealism first appeared in the United States in 1970 at the height of abstraction, minimalism, and conceptual art. Some artists then opted for a more realistic, descriptive approach to paintings and sculptures by making them true to life. Let yourself be surprised by the iconic works of this movement, mainly the sculptures by Carole Feuerman, pioneer of this movement - alongside Duane Hanson and John D'Andrea.


Find a selection of works by the greatest masters of contemporary art. New realists Arman and Yves Klein, including Robert Indiana, representative of Pop-Art or Jeff Koons, the king of neo-pop kitsch, these artists have marked the history of art through their masterpieces today.

New Realism

The New Realists are a group of European artists created by the art critic Pierre Restany in 1960. It brings together artists such as César, Yves Klein, Arman, Niki de Saint Phalle, Daniel Spoerri and Jean Tinguely around a common statement “new realism = new perceptual approaches to reality”. Bel-Air Fine Art invites you to discover the selection of works specific to this movement

optical art

The term “Op Art” is used for the first time in 1964. It defines a movement that plays with the visual perception of the viewer by producing images that seem to move, distorting the perspective, which imprint another image in our retinas. Discover the works of Patrick Hughes, inventor of the "reverspective", or the kinetic art of Patrick Rubinstein, but also the lenticular illusions of the photographer Cécile Plaisance, the photomosaics of Joel Moens de Hase, and many other works heiresses to Op Art.

street art

During the 1980s a new type of art appeared, the first to utilise urban space: graffiti art. Very quickly, the tags turn into visual masterpieces, and urban art uses a large number of various media, stickers, posters, stencils. The greatest works of Street-Art are on Bel-Air Fine Art: find paintings, serigraphs or sculptures by Mr Brainwash, Alec Monopoly, Onemizer, Jonone and the iconic street-artist Banksy.


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